A 2-Minute Warning From Chuck Colson, One Of The Founders Of The Manhattan Declaration


On the eve of this 234th birthday of our great nation, we receive a 2-minute warning from one of the founders of The Manhattan Declaration and also, the founder of Prison Ministries.

For those of you who are too young to remember Mr. Colson, he is a Christian leader, cultural commentator, and author of at least 20 books, including several that have been recognized with ECPA Christian Book Awards. As former Special Counsel for President Richard Nixon[1] He was commonly named as one of the Watergate Seven, but was never charged with, or prosecuted for, any crime related to the Watergate break-in or its cover-up, although he did plead guilty to obstruction of justice in another case.[2] He converted to Christianity in 1973, and the following year served seven months of a one-to-three year sentence in Alabama’s Maxwell Prison from 1969 to 1973, he is noted for being the first member of the Nixon administration to be incarcerated for Watergate-related charges.

Here is his warning!

Urgent Alert
Dear Friends:This is an urgent alert.

You need to know about what may be one of the gravest, most insidious threats to religious freedom I’ve seen in my lifetime: What may be an attempt, at the very highest levels of government, to RE-DEFINE the very meaning of religious freedom, from “free exercise” to merely private worship.

If what Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a speech at Georgetown University reflects a new direction in government policy, then mark my words, our religious liberties are in peril.

Please, watch this video. Study carefully the play on words; words matter.

Share this with friends. Blog about it. It’s time to expose this outrageous and dangerous assault on religious freedom.

We cannot be asleep at our posts while we still have the freedom to speak out.

Chuck Colson

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